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Bulls summer league roster taking shape

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The roster for the Bulls summer-league team hasn't been set, but it is taking shape.

First-round draft pick, Kentucky point guard Marquis Teague, and last year's pick, Jimmy Butler, will both participate. An NBA source has also confirmed that ex-Illinois shooting guard Demetri McCamey will play for the Bulls, as will former Northern Illinois standout and Chicago native Jake Anderson.

Kashif Watson, the younger brother of former Bulls backup point guard C.J. Watson, and Jermaine Taylor, who played in the D-League last season, will also be on the roster.

According to the source, other participants include former Celtics forward Leon Powe, small forward Edwin Ubiles, power forwards Malcolm Thomas and Oley Czyz and point guard Justin Johnson. Shooting guards Ramone Moore and Chase Simon will also compete for the team in Las Vegas.

Power forwards Henry Sims, Jamie Skeen Malcolm Thomas round out a roster that is not yet complete.

The team will be coached by Bulls assistant Adrian Griffin.

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